The following is the full text of the statement by the Permanent Representative of Vietnam to the United Nations, Ambassador Dang Dinh Quy, at the UNSC Briefing on “The situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question” on February 11.
Vietnam lacks comprehensive solutions to encourage migrant workers to buy voluntary social insurance, the country's top labour official has said.
With farmers still having difficulty selling pigs, many businesses in HCM City have stepped up programmes to stimulate pork demand.
VOV.VN - Hanoi residents have seen some of the hottest days on record of recent, with temperatures reaching 40C today (June 2).
Floods, sparked by torrential rains, have occurred in central provinces over the last few days, beginning to wreak havoc on the localities which already suffered from devastating floods just some weeks ago.
Few migrant workers in the informal sector have proper understanding about their rights in host localities and how to exercise those rights, particularly those relating to social welfare, chairwoman of Hanoi’s Women Union Tran Thi Phuong Hoa said.
VOV.VN - Millions of Vietnamese children are living in and struggling with poverty.
(VOV) -Vietnam agriculture, forestry and aquatic exports in the four months leading up to May dipped 5.1% on-year to US$8.5 billion, renewing pressure on the government to get the stalled sector moving.
Motorcycles manufacturers in Vietnam are trying to survive in the face of a prolonged market slump by introducing more budget units with higher domestic content.
(VOV) - A Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA) delegation, led by Chairman Nguyen Van Rinh, has paid a working visit to Australia to further AO victims’ campaign for justice in Vietnam, Australia, and New Zealand.
The Nation carried an article by Nipakporn Pengkaew expressing admiration for the steadfastness and bravery of the Vietnamese people during their past struggle against foreign aggressors.
The Vice President of Angola, Fernando Dias dos Santos, and his entourage visited Ho Chi Minh City on February 13.
The Moscow skyline of the Kremlin and St. Basil's Cathedral vanished on August 6 as a blanket of thick, noxious smoke shrouded the metropolis, leaving many of the city's 10 million residents with sore throats and burning eyes.
Thai authorities said on April 29 they would intensify efforts to contain anti-government protests in Bangkok, a day after a soldier was killed in the latest clash of a campaign to force early elections.